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I liked the idea of the sock because the tongue on my shoes will travel to one side and make it uneven. As soon as I tried them on, I knew they were too narrow for my feet. I am 56 but I don't consider my foot too wide. I don't normally buy wide fit shoes, but these were too narrow. I am returning and looking for another shoe
Honestly of of the best take down models there is. I have had many low end models of many cleats and by far this is the most comfortable indoor shoe I've ever worn. The sock also makes the shoe very comfortable, in the past with take down models I always find the tongue moving around even with the laces pulled very tight. It might not be a big deal to most people, but for myself it is one thing that takes away from the comfort of a shoe. This shoe however I don't experience this issue because it has no tongue instead it has been replaced with the sock collar. Overall this is a great shoe, it is very comfortable and also cheap.
Bought these in 9.5. I'm a veteran player (old guy# and coach, and I have a challenge finding boots that fit my expanding foot. I have some 15.3 turfs #size 10) where they pinch me just a bit in the left forefoot. The 9.5 in this boot is wider in the forefoot and fits comfortably. However where the Prime Mesh forefoot meets the PU mid-foot, gapping and bunching starts causing an un-even fit. I suspect the 16.2 Firm Ground shoe would not do this, as it appears that the Prime Mesh covers both the forefoot and mid-foot areas. The heel also has some gapping, however the ankle-sock helps eliminate slippage. The turf sole for this shoe is very well designed, and provides a stable platform. Not too flat, but not so high that one would have to fear rolling over. I'm going to return these in hopes that adidas brings out 16.2 turf model, however I have no problem recommending this boot. I think for the player who does not have to deal with so many "foot issues" after 30+ years of play will find this a good choice.